The majority of teaching at School of Economics and Management is carried out in Italian, therefore, all non-native Italian-speaking applicants must satisfy B1 level in Italian, according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages".
Before beginning your studies as an exchange student at School of Economics and Management it is recommended to have a basic knowledge of the Italian Language to enjoy your experience in Florence.
For Students studying courses taught in Italian, it’s mandatory to have a B1 level in Italian according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages".
The School of Economics and Management offers a wide range of units taught in English at a Bachelor and Master Level. All incoming students (both Bachelor and Master students) can choose those units, but a B2 level in English is required.
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Please note that the Italian Language Course is not an academic exam and it does not provide ECTS credits or marks, so it cannot be added to your Learning Agreement and it will not be certified in your final official Transcript of Records.